Historic town of Apollo, Pennsylvania

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11 thoughts on “Historic town of Apollo, Pennsylvania

  1. Interested in selling homemade dish gardens such as fairy, gnomes, park scenes, and lighted and decorated bottle for celebration!

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    1. That’s great! Could you send me your email address and I’ll send you a vendor form. Thanks.

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  2. Rosemary Griffith June 12, 2019 — 12:24 pm

    Ordered 2 shirts . If sent message I didn’t get it . When can I pick them up ? Thanks .

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  3. When someone writes an piece of writing he/she
    keeps the plan of a user in his/her mind that how a user
    can understand it. So that’s why this piece of writing
    is amazing. Thanks!

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  4. Can’t wait to hear Mary Ann Mangini and 56 East band play today !!!

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    1. They were amazing!! We all really enjoyed their music! The kids in the foam party were dancing to it!

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  5. Ray Klingensmith July 26, 2019 — 4:20 pm

    The recent fire at the Belvedere Hotel got me digging into Apollo’s history again. I lived in Apollo and the area from 1945 until 1978. Many fond and no so fond memories of growing up in the area. I once saw a original copy of Dr. Henry’s history and in it was a picture of a box of item’s supposedly from Warren’s grave site or a least of some Amer. native. I once saw the box and it’s contents in person. It at the time was in the possession of Edward Brandhoover who lived in the 200 block of Armstrong Ave. His brother had a paint store in Vandergrift. This was probably 1960 or 61. The box had some beads, a badly tarnished mirror maybe 4″ x 5″ and as I remember human remains. Do you know the location of this box?

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    1. I’ve never heard of it. I’ll have to ask around!

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  6. how can I get a copy of the picture shown above od early Apollo and how much would it cost me?

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    1. Hi Linda, I can’t remember if the map is one we have at the museum or one I found online. If it’s at the museum, it’s pretty large so we’ll have to figure out how to copy it. Let me check it out.

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      1. Hi again, Linda. I found the map that your want & 2 large t-shirts. You will get a call either from me or Becky to confirm the price. Thanks!

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